The St. Louis Rams put up 17 encouraging points in the first half of their Governor's Cup pregame contest vs. the Kansas City Chiefs, but the 14 points their second team added in the second half of the game were perhaps even more surprising. Daryl Richardson and Isaiah Pead, their two 2012 NFL draft running backs, are responsible for the two backup touchdowns, with Kellen Clemens going 8-for-10 for 50 yards and Austin Davis picking up 5-for-7 for 70 as Sam Bradford's understudies.
The Chiefs, meanwhile, haven't been able to get on board against the Rams' defensive backups. Peyton Hillis picked up their lone touchdown but was otherwise unimpressive, rushing five times for 11 yards. Hey: At least Jamaal Charles, rushing three times for 17 yards, appears to be okay.
For more St. Louis Rams vs. Kansas City Chiefs updates, stay tuned to this storystream. If you were looking for what the first time did, we did updates on Steven Jackson's stellar performance and Sam Bradford's touchdown-filled stint after those stars (or, sure, that star and that near-star) left the game.